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Living out the Half Life: Clandestine Services and (Post)Socialist Society

It is close to thirty years now from the fall of the Berlin wall. Yet have the implosion of real-socialist state really been complete? Is it really gone? In this podcast we'll argue that this, for the most part, is not the case. If we try to understand what socialism really was, we end up realizing that as such, it is still present. The essence that survived the crumbling of political and economical system is that element of socialist project that informed the society - created a peculiar mentality shared by most if not all post-socialist nations: it's clandestine services.

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Depressive Tolerance

„The Model National (European) Statute for Promotion of Tolerance“, a draft law for implementation of tolerance as a mean of repression over private and public life of EU citizens, trumps all other legislation of similar ilk by it's blatant openness. For your pleasure and instruction, Kali Tribune's hermeneutical lab dissected the document and put forward the question:“What exactly is the tolerance we hear so much about in last decade or two?“ We are certain that our answer won't put the smile on your face. Find out how in future ridiculing the feminists could put your in jail, what will the new institutions of repression look like and, above all, how flexible really are the limits of insanity in European Union. Meet the depressive Tolerance!